Congressional Democrats, hoping to finance an ambitious agenda without raising taxes, are on a collision course with the Bush administration about pursuing the potentially vast amount of money that people hide from the Internal Revenue Service.
Imagine getting a tax form and a warning to report taxable income from the IRS every time you collected rent on your hotel-stuffed Boardwalk and Park Place. Only in a bad dream, you might think; but don't underestimate the U.S. tax code's pot
Exclusive video of New Hampshire tax resister Ed Brown. It's a 29 minute video. If you skip to about the 10 minute mark, you can see the interview with Mr. Brown. The interviewee is a lawyer named John Klar.
The IRS, after several years of chasing mainly wealthy taxpayers and big corporate tax evaders, has turned a brighter spotlight on small-business owners and the self-employed in a bid to recoup billions in lost tax dollars.
A former militia man convicted of tax evasion prepared for a government siege at his fortress-like home [government press release], but U.S. marshals gave no indication they were planning to confront him.
The federal government is trying to recover nearly $3 billion from its own employees who failed to file income tax returns for 2005. More than 450,000 active and retired federal employees did not voluntarily comply with federal income tax requirement
The federal tax evasion trial of Ed and Elaine Brown suffered an interruption yesterday when the couple failed to appear in U.S. District Court in Concord. Ed Brown, who described the proceedings as a "kangaroo court" in a telephone intervi
The misrepresentation and misapplication of the United States federal income tax constitutes the largest acquisition of wealth by way of all deception in history.
With the release of "Freedom to Fascism", I've been going back and forth. Here's a website that has an opposing view. I know what this site represents, but it's good to know both sides, even though I think the pro side is wronEntered By: Jean Carbonneau
The IRS' hiring of private firms to collect overdue taxes is "fatally flawed" by high costs, security risks and other problems and should be scrapped, the National Taxpayer Advocate's office said. Arguing that IRS employees could
Families earning more than $1 million a year saw their federal tax rates drop more sharply than any group in the country as a result of President Bush’s tax cuts, according to a new Congressional study.
Wisconsin's revenue agency said that it sent as many as 170,000 forms to taxpayers with mailing labels mistakenly printed with their Social Security numbers.
PARIS: She is a former U.S. Marine, a native Californian and, now, a former American who prefers to remain discreet about abandoning her citizenship.
When the Democrats take over Congress next month, they're almost certain to pass a temporary measure that will spare 23.4 million upper middle class taxpayers - about one in four tax filers - from a nasty surprise - at least for a year.
The only way an inmate could qualify for this kinder mutation of prison life was to enter an intensely religious rehabilitation program and satisfy the evangelical Christians running it that he was making acceptable spiritual progress.
Wesley Snipes surrendered to authorities Friday on tax fraud charges, two months after he was indicted. The 44-year-old actor has said he is a scapegoat and was unfairly targeted by prosecutors. If convicted, he faces up to 16 years in prison.
At least 2 months before the IRS mistakenly began paying an estimated $200 million in fraudulent or erroneous 2006 tax season refunds, the agency was warned about potentially "catastrophic" problems in a new comptuer being developed
[reprinted from Strike-the-Root.com] Let’s look at the irony of a member of a “Bar Association” referring to people who don’t believe the taking of property by force (“taxation”) is legitimate as a cult.
What he doesn't say is that if you are one of tens of millions of Americans who make between $75,000 and $500,000 a year, your taxes are already scheduled to rise starting next year -- because of laws that Mr. Bush championed and other actions
The commissioner of internal revenue has ordered his agency to delay collecting back taxes from Hurricane Katrina victims until after the Nov. 7 elections and the holiday season, saying he did so in part to avoid negative publicity.
Here's testimony given by author Charles Adams to the House of Rep, back in 1995, warning of the downfalls of empire who tax their citizens to much. Do you think they "got it"? Freedom good, government BAD,BAD,BAD
The Republican head of a U.S. congressional committee said it would be a mistake if the Internal Revenue Service introduced regulations to tax virtual economies such as Second Life and World of Warcraft.
Advocates of replacing the income tax with the FairTax - a consumption tax in the form of a national retail sales tax(NRST) on new goods and services - regulary point to the complexity of the tax code, the millions of hours and dollars wasted
A liberal church that has been threatened with the loss of its tax-exempt status over an anti-war sermon delivered just days before the 2004 presidential election said it will fight an IRS order to turn over documents on the matter.
A great visual guide to where your money goes into the Federal Behemouth! If you have dial-up, don't bother. Read the instructions, and check out where specific departments are broken down, with the dollar amounts for them all.Entered By: Jean Carbonneau
The Internal Revenue Service has ordered a prominent liberal church to turn over documents and e-mails it produced during the 2004 election year that contain references to political candidates.
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As we all should know by now the state survives and grows by getting information through informants. It was estimated that East Germany had at least half the population informing on the other half. Turnabout is fair play. Let us creat a hotline
Gather your friends and family and listen as juror Marcy Brooks recounts what happened when two prosecutors, a judge, and the IRS meet an intelligent, responsible jury in the tax trial of Whitey Harell.
Within two weeks, the I.R.S. will turn over personal information on 12,500 taxpayers to three collection agencies. After the shake down is complete, the agencies are expected to pocket over $330,000,000 from their hapless victims.